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RE: Email sent through Tor, Problem

i have read the instructions of tor installation.

>>To me this looks like you> haven't configured your internet connection, browser or email client> properly.
i have configured my browser using torbutton,  and for email i am using web, and what about configuring internet connection?

you can refer to my couple of prev emails to see which plugins i have installed in mozilla-firefox.


i have gone to the check page also, and it states: you are probably using tor.

viking: i have also sent an email at vikingserver@xxxxxxxxx


 ----------------------------------------> Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 05:23:58 +0100> From: vikingserver@xxxxxxxxx> To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Re: Email sent through Tor, Problem>> FQ,>> Are you sure that your web browser was configured to use Tor when you> sent the email?> I have been reading your conversations. To me this looks like you> haven't configured your internet connection, browser or email client> properly. Are you 100 percent sure that you were connected to hotmail> through Tor when you sent the email?> I believe there are only two ways for a web page to get your IP, the> first is if you don't use tor, the second is if you don't block scripts> and small apps from web pages.> If you use MSN instant messaging without going through Tor, it will also> reveal your IP to microsoft. But they shouldn't put your IP in the email> header that way...>> If you want to try again, you could send me an email directly to my> email adress, so that I can see if you reveal your IP or not. Please> really make sure that your connection goes through Tor, by first going> to this site that checks if your web browser goes through tor:> http://check.torproject.org/. Then go directly to hotmail from your> browser (in the same window) and send me a message.>> I'm in Sweden so you have nothing to fear revealing your IP to me as I'm> clearly not working for your governement, police, girlfriend, wife,> parents, muslim extremist organization, american CIA or other person> you're hiding from. ;-)>> Viking admin>>> Faqeer ALI skrev:>> Yeah i am pretty much sure, because i have traced the first ip ie my isp's.>> it gives some information like this.>>>> 1>>>> 2. PAKISTAN ------------------> MY IP.>>>> 3. PAKISTAN>>>> 4, Islamabad, Pakistan>>>> 5. Pakistan>>>> 6. Pakistan>>>> 7. Pakistan>>>> 8. Herndor, USA>>>> 9. Herndor, USA>>>> 10 China>>>> 11. China>>>> 12. China>>>> 13. China>>>> 14. China>>>> 15. China>>>> 17. China>>>> End China>>>> Is there any trick to hide the header information while sending email through hotmail.>> Any suggestion?>>>> Regards>> FQ>>>>>> ----------------------------------------> Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 19:39:49 -0400> From: phobos@xxxxxxxxxx> To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Re: Email sent through Tor, Problem>> On Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 04:22:38PM +0000, faqeerali@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote 1.8K bytes in 37 lines about:> :> : I have sent an email through web interface from hotmail adress to another hotmail adress.> : The reciver has used the following sofware "http://www.visualware.com/index.html"; and got the details of the routes and hopes that the email had followed.>> Are you sure the receiver traced it back to your internet connection and> not the tor exit server?>> EmailtrackerPro appears to just parse the mail headers and map whois> data of the hosts in the headers. It then draws pretty lines between> everything.>> As long as Hotmail is exposing your real IP, this will continue to work.> Can anyone else with a hotmail account verify that hotmail is indeed> getting the real IP for header insertion?>> --> Andr> ew>>>> _________________________________________________________________>> Help yourself to FREE treats served up daily at the Messenger Café. Stop by today.>> http://www.cafemessenger.com/info/info_sweetstuff2.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_OctWLtagline

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